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it's monday june 29th. right now on "first look." >> and he recognized him to be david sweat and at that time sweat turned and fled on foot with the sergeant in pursuit. >> if he was writing a movie plot they would say that was overdone. >> governor cue no says that the investigation will continue but for now the residents in area are happy for the hunt to be over. also a plane crashed into a home where four resident survived but the passengers were not so lucky. after a shark attack this weekend, beach goers turned the tide, capturing a bull shark.
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a space x rocket explodes and much more as we kick off a short holiday week. "first look starts right now. the nate fair is timely over. that's what new york governor andrew cuomo said after the three-week hunt for the two killers ended this week. this morning richard matt is dead and david sweat is in critical condition. police found sweat well north of the 22-kwar mile search area close to the canadian border. after making the announcement yesterday, ageneral relief. >> let's give a round of applause to the men and women of law enforcement who are doing a great job. >> perhaps no one is more relieved than richard mat's old accomplice who testified against him for lee bates, the threat of revenge is over.
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>> look at the picture of richard matt. that is the devil. i thought is it real? is this feenlly over? and part of me wanted to say i've got to see this because i don't believe it. and then certainly i saw enough the rrts on tv and the nightmare had ended. >> jay gray reports on how it all happened. >> this morning david sweat is under a heavily armed police guard inside albany medical center. >> at this time his condition is listed as critical. >> he was transferred to the secure level one trauma center after he was shot and captured by new york state police. >> mr. sweat was spotted by a new york state police sergeant sergeant jay cook. >> cook was on patrol alen and outside the search area as hi approached sweat the convicted killer started to run. >> he realized that sweat was going to make tight a tree line and possibly could have
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disappeared and he fired two shots from his service weapon. >> sweat was captured about 16 miles from the area where border patrol agents shot and killed his accomplice richard matt on friday. >> these were really dangerous men, both matt and sweat. they were killers. >> overnight dozens gathered outside the clinton correction center, the place the killers burrowed out of on june 6th. a celebration and sigh of relief for a community that spent more than three weeks on the lookout and on edge. >> reporter: and this morning police are saying they identified sweat's dna on a pepper shaker he may have used to mask his scent and throw off search dogs while he was on the run. jay gray malone new york. >> on the same day that effort came to a close, a bit of a deja vu.
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but his momentary fre come was short lived. this morning he's back behind bars. police found him walking along a highway and just as it was in the case of the two new york escapees, he may have had help. a 33-year-old kitchen worker is being charged with harboring a fugitive. also among the charges, having sex with an inmate and providing a cell phone. to a terrible tragedy in massachusetts where a small plane crashed into a home in plainville. all three passengers on the plane were killed. amazingly, the four family members inside the house safely escaped before fire engulfed it which was sparked by the crash. >> anyone that was anywhere near that crash scene at the time of the crash was in great peril. it's amir call that the occupants were able to get away from the house unscathed. it could have been a lot worse tonight. >> absolutely it could. that part of the town reportedly
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does not have fire hydrants. firefighters had to put out the flames with the water in the trucks. it was a big weekend for gay pride events. millions took part in gay pride parades on sunday. the celebrations came in wake of the supreme court's landmark decision to loelegalize same-sex. before the ceremony he talked about the supreme court's decision. >> marriage is an individual choice. i'm not married. equality equality is not a choice. equality is a promise. and this was about equality. >> meanwhile, texas attorney general ken poxton is calling the supreme court decision a lawless ruling. paxton says state workers can state their objections in denying the marriages.
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tracie potts have more. >> from new york to california gay pride demonstrators applauded the court's ruling. shlths this is forever now. >> not necessarily. texas attorney general says county clerks can refuse to issue licenses based on religious objections. >> we still have a long ways to go. >> louisiana and ohio will comply reluctantly. >> supreme court ruled it's the law of the land and we'll abide by it. >> ie f got no choice to comply even though i think the order, the decision was the wrong one. >> by the power recently vested to my bethe state of new york i now pronounce you married. congratulations. >> new york's governor performed his first same-sex marriage before the paperwork left the court. presidential candidates are weighing in. >> are we going to trade one level of what's called discrimination for a new level of discrimination against people of faith? >> here's what we happen you're following your faith and refuse to perform a same-sex marriage
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because it's outside the tenants of your faith, in my presidency you will not lose your tax exempt status. a decision leaving the nation still divided. tracie potts nbc news washington. an investigation is underway after an unmanned space x rocket exploded yesterday, two minutes after taking off from cape canaveral. this was the third cargo ship to be lost in eight months. the rocket was headed to the international space station. following that explosion, astronaut scott kelly called his twin former astronaut mark kelly who is now a nbc consultant. >> he's not talking about eating the mustard and ketchup pacts. they've got a lot of food on board and a lot of supplies. >> the next russian reply trip
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lifts off this friday. coming up on eight minutes past the hour. let's get down to business on your monday morning. landon dowdy the is here. >> the market is set for a decline this morning amid the debt crisis in greece. they're shutting banks and stock markets all week and imposing limits on the amount of cash that people can withdraw from the at&t trksatm. the pain markets are in the red this morning but the traders say this could be a sell the bad moment. and puerto rico's governor warns the u.s. territory $78 billion in debt is unpayable. four times the amount of debt that detroit had when it filed for bankruptcy. they're going to ask permission to declare chapter 9.
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puerto rico's bonds are held by many investors. now to sports. bubba watson won his second traveller's championship on sunday. watson knocked down back-to-back birdies to begin the day. but paul casey forced extra holes. watson made a birdie on the second playoff hole. for the first time ever busch brothers kyle and kirk finished one and two in a race. it's kile's first win since sustaining a broken leg and foot from a crash in february. nicolas aho finished the dutch grand prix on saturday. he pushed too hard as he says in the final stechd which forced him off the bike but still in control. he was in place to finish the race eighth but dropped to 17th. lebron james, he's expected
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welcome to "first look." a wall of dust moved across the phoenix area on sunday. now an earlier dust storm on saturday aha bob as they'll kaulds called, cut off power to 15,000 homes. let's talk about the extremes. we didn't have a ton of horrible damaging weather. but the terp chur extremes are
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ridiculous. this is exactly the same weather pattern we had the last couple of winter but now we're experiencing it over the summer. it's bringing us unseasonably chilly weather in the north. 110, 15 degrees warmer in boise than it was in boston. portland will be back up into the mid to upper 90s by the end of the week. boise is still above 100 all week. salt lake city could be 103 today. it's not as extreme but still very, very hot. how about our soggy june. officially now wettest month on record ever in ft. wairn. baltimore over a foot for the wettest june on record. thankfully in the northeast we're fine today. everything is going to dry out. everyone seeing the sun. only problem weather is in indiana. >> we deserve it after this
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weekend. we got plenty of rain on saturday. >> about as ugly as you get for a summer weekend. this morning it's fshlly been one year since the formation of the islamic state. and as americans get set to celebrate the 4th of july lawmakers are warning of an increased threat of attack. >> i would say there's more concern now than at any time than september 11. isis has a multilevel sense of operation >> i'm extremely concerned about the way the syrian-isis recruiters can use the internet at lightning speed to recruit followers in the united states with thousands of followers in the united states and then activate them to do whatever they want to do whether it's military installations, law enforcement or possibly a 4th of july event parade. >> the department f homeland security is not aware of any specific plots, law enforcement is asking everyone to remain vigilant. new video shows the moment a
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burst of flame turned a party into a horrifying scene. it happened at a water park in taiwan. officials say a colored powder ignited ignited. a suspicious string of church fire in four states is being invest gauted by the fbi. that's according to was feed. three have been ruled arson. six churches are burned and some are being seen as possible hate crimes. and the estranged father of oliver and kate hudson says he no longer recognized the two of his own. they're the children of hudson and goldie hawn. i would ask them to stop using the hudson name. they are no longer part of my life. all of this comes a week after oliver posted the picture to instagram on father's day with the caption, happy abandonment day. get ready for two more republicans throwing their hat into the ring and the guy who
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odds obamacare is still alive. it's the legislative equivalent of keith richards. it really could have died in so many ways by now but i'm definitely glad it's still around. here's the first look at this morning's dish of scrambled politics. vice president joe biden attended services yesterday in south carolina. one of the reasons he came to the service was to draw strength from the church following the death of his son beau bidesen last month. new jersey chris christie expected to announce plans to run for president. last night he released a video teasing his campaign launch. >> my mom set the rules and the tone. no suffering in silence. you got a problem, tell me. >> christi's video is titled "telling it like it is". ohio governor is expected to jump into the crowded presidential field. he's scheduled to make a special
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announcement on july 1st. they may have to fight for air time though. marco rubio has already started reserving air time in iowa new hampshire, south carolina and nevada. the article points out that rubio is probably saving money by reserving the ads early. one person who may not be worrying about the cost of reserving ad time presidential candidate donald trump. >> i'm giving up hundreds of millions of dollars. forget about what it costs. that's the peanuts. the cheapest part is what it cost to do it. i'm giving up hundreds of millions of dollars to do this and ben carson was in colorado for the weekend for the western conservative sum itmit. and he made quite an entrance. ♪ ♪
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yep, there's a flash mob on social media. carson thanked all of those who for tase pated in the first gop flash mob. maybe that was a hint that more may be coming. that's your morning dish of skrm bld politics. i'm joined in washington by jonathan allen, chief political correspondent for fox. unfortunately we don't have a flash mob to welcome you this morning. thanks for being here. >> i'm a one-man flash mob. >> this is true. in the meantime does friday's supreme court ruling on same-sex marriage have republicans fumbling for answers here? >> it does. anytime there's a particular issue where your base is separated from general public opinion, creates a political problem. we saw the republican candidates come out with statement to varying degrees from looking at this ooze a as an attack and assault on conservative value to jeb bush basically said it's the law of the land now. i disagree with it.
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but we've got to move forward i think for the republican party, talking about same-sex marriage as little as possible is probably is be route. >> the governor went so far as to say that the state workers to deny the licenses for religious reasons. >> we could see another round of fight in the courts on this. but for the most part people who want to get married may not seek the places to get married, say the county clerk's office in a particular county in texas that doesn't want to do it and will instead seek places that do want to do it. this could end up in the courts again. we have to talk about bernie sanders because she has a very unusual approach to fund-raising. and that is to do as little of it as possible. how successful is this going to be especially in a race against
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hillary clinton. >> well his plan is to raise $40 million or $50 million this year to run in the first four primary states and get on the ballot. and the idea is if he does well enough in iowa or new hampshire that he'll be able to replenish the funds. instead of going to big dollar donors he's going to small dollar donors. with a million donors 40 or $50 million raised fast. >> does that matt work out in your head thinking about that and all of the money that's being spent in this race? >> it's a lot harder to do it that way than to go to big donors. especially in the area of super pacs. he says he's not going to do that. and it's not clear who would give bernie sanders, $10 million or $15 million or $20 million. it's something we believes in to go after the small donors and probably the only way he's going to be able to raise money. >> thanks so much for joining us
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bristol palin, the daughter of sara palin announced on thursday that she's pregnant with her second child saying quote this has been a huge disappointment to my family, close friends and many of you. but now she says the pregnancy was planned. she had been engaged to dakota minor but it was called off in may. the second shark attack happened on the outer banks on
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saturday. a 17-year-old is in critical condition. the attack took place 20 feet off the shore. and witnesses say three men catch a 7-foot bull shark. after taking a photo with it the shark was released back into the wild. the nightmare is finally over. it took 22 days, but we can now confirm as of two days ago, as you know mr. matt is deceased and the other escapee, mr. sweat, is in custody. let's give a big round of applause to the men and women of law enforcement who have done a great job. >> captured prison escapee david sweat daughter by authorities on sunday two days of richard matt was killed by law enforcement. greece in crisis. banks shut down across the nation as authorities fear a run on cash amid the country's
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crisis. and we'll introduce you to quasimo do the newly clound the world's ugliest dog. it's 5:30 on the east coast, 2:30 out west. it's "way too early." ♪ good morning, everyone. it's monday, june 29th. welcome to way too early. the show that's been on the manhunt for three weeks and can now stand down. we begin this morning in upstate new yorky the manhunt for the two convicted murderers is now officially over. david sweat was shot by police and taken into custody on sunday spot bd alone state troop near the town con table new york. he was transferred to albany medical center b


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